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A Week of Silly Signs & Rules from China: Day 1 – What’s that Motivation?!

I recently spent 2.5 weeks in China. Naturally I had to collect silly signs, rules and etc. But first a little context. China is making a tremendous effort of outreach to the world. I can’t begin to explain all the reasons, but the effort to present an understandable ‘user experience’ is extraordinary. So enjoy the Chinglish, but in a spirit of respect and admiration. Comments (and interpretations) welcome! 1.1 [Be Careful of the Stairs] … Because they ARE out to get you.         1.2. [Pass Unimpeded – Accessible Facility] … When understanding the signs can be an impediment in itself.             1.3. [Deep Water – Keep Away Safety – No Fishing – No Swimming] … I sense there’s a ringer in that list.           1.4 [Help Protect the Cultural Relics – Help Protect the Railings] … May I suggest a railing to protect that railing.             1.5 [Do Not Climb …] Some rules are made to be broken …               1.6 [If You Have Heart or Brain Disease, Please Ascend the Great Wall According to Your Ability] … If you have brain disease can you really be the judge?         1.7 [Here to Upstairs] … For avoidance of doubt …     1.8 [Saliva Chicken] … What could possibly be more tempting?!           1.9 [Cellphones prohibited during Thunderstorms] … Everybody knows cell phones attract lightening.  

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Ronald G. Ross

Ronald G. Ross

Ron Ross, Principal and Co-Founder of Business Rules Solutions, LLC, is internationally acknowledged as the “father of business rules.” Recognizing early on the importance of independently managed business rules for business operations and architecture, he has pioneered innovative techniques and standards since the mid-1980s. He wrote the industry’s first book on business rules in 1994.